"There is a need for the principal opposition parties to come together in Bengal. I urge my Congress friends and the Communist friends to join us to take on the Trinamool and save Bengal," said the BJP general secretary.
Mr Vijayvargiya also criticised the Trinamool Congress and accused it of indulging in the politics of minority appeasement. He further added that the cultural fabric of the state has taken a heavy beating under Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
The BJP leader also referred to the recent communal tension in Nadia's Tehatta region over a religious festival and claimed that law and order in the state had deteriorated.
Mr Vijayvargiya also accused the Trinamool government of adopting a "discriminatory" position against his party and claimed that the police have often refused to give permission to the BJP to hold programmes and rallies.
The Trinamool Congress accused PM Narendra Modi of using state agencies like the CBI for "Trinamool-bandi" and demanded the arrest of Union Minister Babul Supriyo over his alleged role in the Rose Valley case. Following protests by TMC volunteers against BJP, the party has blamed Trinamool Congress of harassing and censuring its leaders in West Bengal
(with inputs from IANS)
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